ForeclosureRadar Releases iPhone App, Makes Professional-Quality Foreclosure Information and Services Available in the Field.
Daily auction schedules, property details, photo and note-taking tools now available anywhere.
ForeclosureRadar (http://www.foreclosureradar.com), an online service that provides accurate, up-to-date information on the foreclosure market in California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon and Washington, announced today that it has released an iPhone application. The application makes information on properties in all stages of foreclosure – including daily auction schedules – available to users anywhere, at any time.
ForeclosureRadar counts thousands of professional investors, Realtors, government agencies and financial institutions among its subscribers. The iPhone application is available free to ForeclosureRadar subscribers at the App Store by Apple.
The new iPhone app allows users to:
— Identify foreclosures around their current location using the iPhone’s GPS capability, or searching by map area, city or ZIP Code
— Monitor foreclosure auction activity with daily auction schedules, and quickly find properties as they are announced by the auctioneer
— Review details on foreclosures including ownership, loan history, value, equity, transaction history and more
— View saved properties, review financial analyses performed with the user’s ForeclosureRadar account, and tag and assign a status to properties of interest
— Take photos or make notes on properties that can be viewed later or shared instantly with team members
“Success in today’s foreclosure market is driven in large part by the quality and timeliness of your information,” said Sean O’Toole, ForeclosureRadar’s founder and CEO. “Whether you are an auction investor who needs instant information on the courthouse steps, a Realtor working with clients in the field, or an investor or government staffer doing site inspections, you’ll find this app invaluable.”
Andrew Katakis of CEMG, Inc., a foreclosure investor and ForeclosureRadar subscriber, said, “The data
ForeclosureRadar delivers, and tools they provide to make sense of it, simply blow other foreclosure services out of the water. Extending this experience to the iPhone adds to the value they provide immeasurably.”
“Now my team and I can enter any market, any neighborhood, and immediately and accurately answer the question ‘What’s the foreclosure situation here?'” said Michael Temby, a Realtor with Keller Williams Realty who subscribes to ForeclosureRadar. “I can quickly and confidently establish my foreclosure expertise with clients in any situation.”
ForeclosureRadar is a web-based subscription service. Subscriptions are $49.95 per month with no long-term
contract. A 3-day free trial is available.
ForeclosureRadar features unprecedented tools to search, manage, track and analyze pre-foreclosure, foreclosure auction, short sale and bank-owned real estate. The company was launched in May 2007 by Sean O’Toole, who spent 15 years building and launching software companies before entering
the foreclosure business in 2002, where he has successfully bought and sold more than 150 foreclosure properties. ForeclosureRadar is privately held and based in the San Francisco Bay Area.